Thomas James Skipper son of Gilbert was born in 1842. Jesse was born in 1825.
On the 1850 census it looks like Tepee, but it is Jessee. Double s's were often written this way on old documents - it just looks like a "p". The "T" is definitely a "J", as the enumerators other J's are formed the same way just as the child Jane's middle initial is a "T", but Jane has the same "J" that appears to be a "T" as Jessee. Jessee's middle initial is a "G". Its not formed like the writer's J's at all. Jesse's name has the same "ss" that looks like a "p" in 1860 as it has in 1850, but the "J" is plainly a "J".
The "V" on Vicey's name curves back over the top and so looks like a "D". Ancestry's index has Diony, but it is Vicey on the actual census. She's also listed as Vicey in 1860.
You have Saul for one of the children's names and in the census, its Samuel, abbreviated "Saml." There are 3 upstrokes on the written "m". In 1860 the abbreviation is more obvious.